Good education requires creative environments - not just theory
In order to offer a practical dimension to our subjects, equipment and premises are required that meet the high standards we and our students place on our education. In Mechanics and Maritime Sciences there are therefore a variety of environments for such activities, such as our prototype laboratory, our course laboratory and our mechatronics laboratory. You can read more about each educational resources below.
Do your master thesis with us
In addition to our unique lab environments, we also offer access to workplaces and computers that you can use when it's time for projects, graduate or graduate work. As a student at any of these programs, you will spend a great deal of your study time in auditoriums, computer rooms and group rooms - it is in these rooms that you acquire your theoretical knowledge. But in order for an engineering education to be complete and to get ready to get your new job, practical elements are also required.